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Washington DC - Prince George’s, Baltimore reviewing Hogan’s order easing restrictions at football stadiums
"We could soon see thousands of fans back in the stands and major sporting events in Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, issuing an executive order that would allow a limited number of those fans to attend events. Logan's order allows sports fan used to open a 10% capacity by the local governments sign off once such restriction isn't Prince George's County there, the rule is one person or one family group every 200 square feet at the larger venues, spokesperson for Angela Alsobrooks says they're res viewing the governor's order and the local health officials will have to discuss it with the Washington football team. Logan's new executive order, backed by the state health secretary also mandates mask and prohibits tailgating.
Republican Governor casts write-in ballot for Ronald Reagan
"For president in Maryland. Mickey Mouse is going to get a challenge from the old Gipper. He may be dead. But Ronald Reagan is the presidential choice of at least one Marylander governor Larry Hogan. Hogan says he could not bring himself to vote for either President Trump or Joe Biden and he told The Washington Post he wrote Reagan's name on his mail in ballot. Because the nation's 40th president is his hero in politics. He wanted to make a statement and felt he could because Mr Trump is deeply unpopular in Maryland, anyway, it's not Hogan's first right in, he says. He wrote his father's name in in 2016. John Matthews on W. M. A. L N w e mail dot com and iconic soda will
Three New England governors, one Washington DC-area governor not signing Barrett letter
"Declined to join the Republican piers and signing a letter urging the Senate to confirm Judge Barrett of the Supreme Court. Bernie Bennett. With that report, 20 for the nation's 28 Republican governor, signed a letter praising Barrett's background in philosophy. Not signing where governors Christie Nunu of New Hampshire, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Phil Scott of Vermont as well as Larry Hogan of Maryland. Baker, Scott and Hogan have been more outspoken in their criticism of President Trump and Sununu has been Sununu has said he believes it is appropriate for bear to have a hearing but not voice specific support or opposition to her nomination. Bernie Bennett reporting also a townhall dot
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan offers support to Trump, Christie after COVID-19 diagnoses
"Governor Larry Hogan says his prayers are with both the president and his friend Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, who has also tested positive for covert 19. Christie confirmed his diagnosis yesterday, one of the latest in the inner circle of the Trump administration to end up contracting the virus that's caused a global pandemic. Christie is in the hospital, less than a week after helping the president prepare for his debate with Joe Biden on Tuesday.
Washington, DC - Maryland allowing child care centers to fully reopen
"Parents will now have more childcare options in Maryland during the 19 pandemic. This coming as the state reopens even Mohr with Corona virus numbers trending In the right direction. Thursday was the state's first day since March, when there were no reported deaths from the virus locally. In Maryland, childcare facilities can return to full capacity, according to state superintendent of schools Karen Salmon, who says the move provides working families with more access. To safe child care and programs. This comes as counties in the state see positivity rates under 5% Governor Larry Hogan. We're doing better than you know most states all across the country much better than the nation As a whole. He did again push for school systems, which haven't to return to some form of in person learning. There really is no excuse for not trying to bring kids back. Also, he says, for the first time since March, nursing homes without outbreaks or no positive cases in the past two weeks can have indoor visitations
Maryland Panel Tasked With Investigating State's Lynching History
"Government backed commission of its kind is about to start investigating a harrowing part of the state's history. The Maryland Lynching Truth and Reconciliation Commission has set out to document the state's 42 known racial lynchings. The panel delivered an interim report to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan earlier this month. Charles Davis Jr is the commission's vice chairman. He joins us now to share the commission's plans and goals for this project. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me so tell us. Where did the idea to create this commission originally come from? Sure, most historical scholarship concerning racial terror lynching is centered in the deep South. And so you have states such as Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi and the like who get noticed for their history of racial tear. However, it's important for people to understand that lynching took place throughout the United States. I'm in. One of those states that is often overlooked is a state of Maryland. And so we call Maryland the middle ground in many ways, because it represented like most border states, a style that was southern but also had a progressive leaning on. So this oftentimes caused the state to be overlooked in terms of looking at the legacy of racial terror and tell us what are the primary goals of this commission. The commission is tasked with investigating lynchings that took place in the 19th and 20th century in Maryland, and we are centered and focused on salvaging the humanity, first of the victim's arm and then really laying out each case individually and hopefully bring about some semblance of Justice to the family members in the descendants of the deceased victims. Can you talk about a specific case that the commission is investigating? Right now? Sure. Yes, we're looking into the lynching of Matthew Williams, which took place in Salisbury, Maryland, in 1931, and so Matthew Williams was a young labourer who got into a dispute with his employer over discrepancies in his pay Following that his employer was founded. And Williams was actually hospitalized after the employer's son shot him and the lynch mob descended upon the hospital and drug him out of the first floor window. And the lynching commenced. And he was eventually taken to the drug to the courthouse lawn in front of thousands, along with local law enforcement politicians, religious leaders who did nothing. Eventually, as if that wasn't enough. He was eventually burned, and no one was ever held accountable. And no one was ever held accountable. So what does the commission do with a case like this? Today. Your ultimate goal I imagine is trying to figure out exactly what happened to Matthew Williams. Yes, And that is the ultimate goal. And it's important to note that we see the racial terror lynchings of old that took place in Maryland. Directly in relationship to the ongoing racial tear that we're witnessing in the United States. And so that's important to consider when we're looking at this and investigating this today in this fractured America that we're seeing, as relates to race relations on DSO. Yes, The truth is what we're seeking getting to the bottom of it, seeing who indeed was complicity and involved whether it was locals on state government officials because we believed that the descendents are owed this truth. Is the state. I'm in what we hope the citizens of Maryland and decisions of nine states learn from this work that we're undertaking is that truth comes first. And if we have the truth in there could one day possibly be Reconciliation. Charles Davis Jr is the vice chairman of the Maryland Lynching Truth and Reconciliation Commission. And he is an assistant professor of conflict resolution and history at George Mason University. Thank you very much for
School sports lining up to return next month
"For months. In addition to the physical benefits, Maryland governor Larry Hogan says, getting students back to sports. Is crucial for their social and mental wellbeing. Practices can start October 7th competitions can begin October. 27th State School superintendent Dr Karen Salmon says school district's can choose to start fall sports next month or wait until the second semester. But we encourage systems that have or continuing to bring students back into schools to consider allowing athletics to resume. Michelle Bash w T O P News to see
Washington, DC - Maryland Hits Record-Low Coronavirus Positivity Rate
"Maryland's governor says he has positive news about statewide Covad 19 positivity rates Maryland State wide positivity right has fallen to a record low 2.85%. Its daily positivity rate is at a record low 1.89%, according to Governor Larry Hogan, he says total hospitalizations in this state or below 300 for the first time since March. 30th I seeyou levels of Drop below 70. The numbers do vary in some local counties, with the percentage testing positive for covert 19, ranging from 2.48% in Montgomery County, 2.35% in Howard County for 0.72% in Prince George's those Air seven day averages of data reported as of Sunday. Sandy coz l W T O P News
Washington, DC-area leaders react to passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Here reacting Ginsberg's passing into Tweet Mayor Muriel Bowser, praising Ginsberg saying she fought for us until the very end. Maryland governor Larry Hogan, in a statement says the late justice was a Trailblazer for women's rights. Well. Virginia governor Ralph Northam called her an unwavering beacon in the fight for equal Justice Genius Center's Mark Warner and Tim Kaine also share their condolences, deeming her a hero in a pioneer, you can see more reaction and Or on the passing of fruit better. Ginsberg. W t o p dot com The
Washington, DC - Hogan visits Caroline Co. students on their first day back to school
"On Maryland's Eastern Shore went back to school this morning, Governor Larry Hogan was there to greet them. They were so excited to be back. You could tell they were for the first day of school, the teachers Or excited. Hogan visited an elementary school in Caroline County, where special needs kids air getting in person instruction, while others are learning from home. We got to participate in some zoom classes with teachers and say hi to the kids that were at home learning as well, and they seem to be doing really well too. Hogan used the visit to remind schools without plans for in person learning. We asked them to go back and take another look at that by the end of the first quarter. I think they will go back and do that. John Matthews on w w dot com
Maryland to allow all businesses to reopen, including movie theaters and concert venues
"Holiday weekend is almost here. Maryland's governor says the state is ready to enter the next stage of pandemic re opening effective this Friday at five o'clock PM All Maryland businesses will be ableto open. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says the state's met the metrics to move forward to stage three movie theaters and live entertainment venues will be able to begin safely opening at 50% capacity or up to 100 people at indoor venues or 250. People at outdoor venues and retail stores and houses of worship can increase from 50 to 75% capacity. But even though the state's permitting it, it doesn't mean it will take effect everywhere as the law still empowers counties to make their own decision on when to move into stage three in their jurisdictions. Michelle
Deputy In Hogan Administration Fired For Social Media Posts
"A member of the Hogan administration, was fired today after social media posts in support of the 17 year old charged with shooting three protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Kyle Riton house brought an automatic rifle to the protests that Rhodes from the shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man by a white Kenosha police officer. Arthur Love, the deputy director of the governor's Office of Community Initiatives, recently posted several messages in support of written house, including a photograph of a white police officer, giving a thumbs up with the cash. Ction. Don't be a thug. If you can't take a slug. A spokesperson for governor Larry Hogan says Thie administration fully supports the actions taken to relieve love of his duties.
Washington, DC - State of Maryland Applies for Additional $300 Per Week In Federal Unemployment Benefits
"Potentially potentially good good news news If If you're you're unemployed unemployed due due to to the the pandemic, pandemic, Maryland Maryland has has now now applied applied for for a a grant grant to to provide provide an an additional additional $300 $300 a a week week in in federal federal unemployment benefits for state residents. Governor Larry Hogan says those eligible would get $300 a week in benefits retroactive to the week ending August. 1st not to qualify. You have to be eligible for a weekly benefit amount of at least $100, and you must re certify that you're unemployed or partially unemployed Judah disruptions caused the bite by the pandemic. Once approved by the Federal Emergency Management Administration, FEMA would fund the $300 a week benefit. Maryland would fulfill a 25% match through funding already played two claimants and regular unemployment insurance benefits checks would then be expected to begin in late September.
Andrew Cuomo takes over governors group as virus batters states
"News conferences became must see TV He's been nicknamed the Love Gove. And Now comes word that Governor Cuomo is today expected to be introduced as the new head of the National Governors Association. That group represents governors in all 50 states and territories. Governor Cuomo would take over for Maryland Republican Larry Hogan, who has pushed the group to put bipartisan pressure on the Trump administration to provide more medical equipment, testing kits and aid to states amid the pandemic.
"larry hogan" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"This note he said, governor my Mommy told me that you're GonNa go through Chemo and you're going to be in the hospital night. She helped me write this note yet, his list of you know you just mentioned a couple of them. One of them was make it make sure they give you the numb cream before they give you the pokey. For, they give the shots they brought. That's good advice. Yeah. So that's pretty good advice I go to the doctor said, Hey, where's the? Guys just keep sticking me. So when I did my press conference that I was. Healthy and become cancer free. This little kid comes running. I. I didn't really know he was going to be at this FRESCA. He ran up to the podium while I'm talking and just hugged around my legs. I was there when he you know he rang a bell when he was cancer free, we sent notes back and forth. But then he's one of the many people that I just had this connection with a pick up the. The phone constantly and I'm calling people somebody will say, i. have this friend or have this family member that's in the hospital they're going through this and I and I'll pick up the phone, call him and say, let me share my experience in what can I do to help you go through it. So I know you've discussed this and you with with vice-president Biden who and your reference there to what you're doing for others is. Of his relationship with people around the country because he's become et someone who's. WHO PEOPLE TURN? To. For, Solis when they're fighting? These things was this has this been a something of a bond between you guys. Is that a developed a friendship around cancer? So I get along really well, and while he was a vice-president, we had a we had a good relationship, and now you know I think he's you know he's got a very engaging personality and was always very friendly I. I seen him since Elijah Cummings funeral where we got a chance to to talk a little bit, but we've always had a very. Friendly. He's a very affable guy i. know him well. You wrote your father's name in for president in two, thousand and sixteen. Could you see yourself voting for Biden in the fall? Look I. You know I don't try to dodge the issue, but I really do but I do. you know. A Lot, a lot of people in America. And this is a tough election. We have coming up here in November and and frankly you know I'm a little bit frustrated with with both parties, and where we are today with are divisive politics and You know regardless of what happens in November, I think in both parties are gonNA reexamine where we're going to head someone who's going to be president though some viewed for trump in two, thousand, sixteen, I presume you're not going to vote for him in two, thousand and twenty. It's not going to have much of an impact in my state You Know Hillary won by almost thirty points in Maryland and. I imagined by will as well All right I'm not gonNA plow this. Any because yes, you're like I said a trained professional on the cancer issue. You had the song that was in your ear buds all the time at Tim, McGraw Song Called Live like you were dying, and some of the lyrics are in I. Loved. Deeper and I spoke sweeter and I gave forgiveness I'd been denying someday I. Hope you get the chance to have to live life like you were dying. And do has it changed the way you live life? Long. Had A Country Music Fan to begin with and I like Tim McGraw But right after I got that diagnosis from the doctors you know, and I was on my way home to talk to figure out how am I gonNA? How am I going to explain this to my wife and my daughters I put the ear buds in listening song because it's kind of a hopeful message about making the most out of everyday you have and. In a fast forward six months later as. Five or six months later. In the worst part of my chemo, the University of Maryland Medical Center where I was being treated as a benefit concert for the for the Children's Hospital. and Tim McGraw The headliner, and they asked me to come and and introduced in McGraw and I. I got a chance to meet him backstage. I didn't had never met him before and I went I said to him backstage. Tim, I just wanted to know how much your song inspired me and We got a chance to. Talk and he said a lot of people. It's not my biggest song. But a Lotta people really feel a connection. He told me about his dad tug McGraw who Yang's Ballplayer. Rooting for him in New York. Is that right now? So he he he said that every time he sings the song, he he he thinks about his dad and. So. I went out and introduce them on the stage. He gave a great concert, and then he came out and sang that song dedicated to me for all the people I didn't know. He was going to do that. He said this goes out to Governor Hogan. He's going through. been. Demonstrate. I was crying audience was singing, and then, and then afterwards, is manager. I was running out the door not really feeling bad by the way, I was the worst part of my chemo barely stand. Head was swollen. You know eyebrows eyelashes them really sick but they gave me a guitar from. That he had signed said to Governor Hogan live like your diet and I haven't hanging on the wall of my office. It's one of my cherished possessions. I'm sure it is. But what does that mean to you live like you're dying because we we all are and it strikes me and and frankly we've all been made more aware of our mortality in the last four months. Life is a gift and you don't know how long it lasts. It's I, think I, take every day as precious and this the the song to me it was in. So inspirational why it was my theme song is because it really look I'm GonNa give the this job. Job, I've got as governor everything. I've got every single day that I'm giving every day is a bonus as far as I'm concerned. I wasn't sure I was going to be here makes me realize what are the really the important things in life and what what are the things that are not as important and You know I. It really does make you think if you if you take each and every day and say, you know you don't know if it's going to be your last and you live that way and you make the most out of it I I think it can. It can have a major impact on your life. Let's talk about this This this siege that we've been that were still going through here. we've seen this resurgence of of covid. Even in your own state, you've done a good job there. There's been an uptick in the last few days in cases.
Washington DC - Maryland Expands Mask Order Effective Friday
"Positivity rates surge in many states cross country locally, Maryland's governor formally announcing new precautions this week to prevent the same thing from happening around here. One is a change to the states mask requirement, effective this Friday, July 31st We are expanding the current statewide masking order. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says masks will now be required in the public spaces of all businesses, as well as an outdoor public areas when social distancing isn't possible. The governor is also strongly advising Maryland residents not to travel to states like Florida, Georgia and Texas that have Corona virus positivity rates of 10% or higher, and Hogan is concerned about a trend that's developed in recent weeks, 56%. Of the new reported cases of covert 19 are Marylanders under the Age of 40. Michelle
"larry hogan" Discussed on The View
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The coronavirus is mutating, making it harder to stop the spread
"Hey. So, as Jim Garrity points out a study released last month by the scripts that research institute concluded that the strains of the virus spreading so quickly in Europe in the U. S have a mutated spike protein that makes him about 10 times as infectious as the strain initially identified Asia So now you're comparing apples to oranges. When you say why isn't this thing spreading in Hong Kong or Taiwan, same way that it sprayed in the United States or Europe? The name exactly the same virus. As it turns out, it seems like us is having a tougher time controlling the spread of Corona virus in Asian countries didn't winter and early spring. That's partially because this version of the virus is tougher to stop them spreading. More and more, researchers suggest, says Jim Garrity are contending that Sarah's cover to cover 19 is Airboard, meaning it is not merely being dispersed by the bodily fluids of those who have it, but also floating about in aerosolized form. It's also possible. The virus is not truly Arisa wise, but it's floating in tiny droplets so light and small, they can easily be carried at long distances by air currents. European Center for Disease Prevention and the World Health Organization are now taking the heiress allies possibility seriously, and with good reason and Arisa laws virus would mean most of our current pandemic control policies, like remaining 16 parts are not enough by themselves to prevent contraction of virus. Is Jim Garrity says the scale and complexity of the problem should not be understated. The country enacted unprecedented sweeping lockdowns. They kept most Americans at home at great cost to the economy. The lock down slow the spread. They didn't stop it. Venting more infections is not just a matter of convincing the president to wear a mask consistently or shutting down beaches or subways or requiring quarantines for those who travel between states. At every level of government. The response to the virus has met with mixed success. But it's important to recognise no one is ignoring any simple or easy solutions because the solutions do not exist. That one thing that's true is that the death rate has been dropping fairly dramatically. The CDC currently estimates the death rate between 10.6 point 7% about seven times deadly is the flu. A new study puts between 0.5 point eight. If there are lot of asymptomatic are unconfirmed cases, that means it could be a point to. But as I say, even a point to fatality rate with half of the American population adopting virus Would mean a lot of dead people. So we will see whether there is a big spike here. Maybe not. But the bottom line is that everybody was sort of counting on a vaccine to save us. That is not a strategy either. The fact is that if we rush out of vaccine and it's no good, it's no good. It's also possible that vaccine that is truly effective and mass produced and mass adopted won't happen until mid time next year, even the most optimistic sin areas. So the notion that you're just gonna be able to sort of sit around and wait for good things to happen. Just stay at home and wait for good things to happen. That's not true, either. The reason I'm pointing all of this out is because this is all hard stuff. This is all hard stuff. And looking right now. At a list from World Honors, which compiles data from Johns Hopkins University about covered 19 deaths. And I'm gonna give you the states that have the highest rate of deaths for one million population right now. Okay, This is the list. New Jersey. New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island District of Columbia, Louisiana, Michigan, Illinois. Then Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Mississippi. Indiana, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, New Hampshire, Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio, Alabama, Iowa, Virginia, Florida, Florida is all the way down there. California is next unless bed with Florida, South Carolina, Nevada, California. What one thing that you will notice if you're going to talk about strategies that worked 123456789 of top nine states in terms of death per 1,000,000 population are all Democratic governor. Nearly all of them were pretty locked in In New Jersey. New York, Connecticut Master's Sword Island, D C. Louisiana, Michigan. These were all very pro locked in states. Maryland is a Republican governed state. Larry Hogan is the governor over there. And he's been widely praised for his response to the virus. We've had him on the radio show he was for a lock down his state ranks about 10 to 15 slot above Florida in terms of the number of deaths per 1,000,000. Ohio has a higher death per 1,000,000 stat in Florida. It may not stay that way. But the notion that anyone has figured out how to solve this thing is just badly gloomy, like there is no evidence that anyone has come up with the silver bullet on how to deal with covered
Trump and Fauci speak for first time in nearly 2 months
"President Trump, meanwhile, was back in touch with infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Paula Read. CBS News has learned. The conversation between Dr Anthony Fauci and the president took place yesterday on the phone the first time the two men have spoken in a month and 1/2. We are not in total control right now. Douchey has at times been critical of the administration's response to the virus. And today, Maryland's Republican governor, Larry Hogan, blasted the president in the Washington Post, saying the White House has bungled the effort.
Washington DC - Maryland teachers unions, PTA call for virtual-only start to school this fall amid coronavirus pandemic
"The Maryland State Education Association, the Baltimore teacher's Union and the Mail and Peeta all putting pressure on Maryland leaders to make the fall semester. A virtual one. M. S. G. A president Cheryl boss said Making the decision now would give every school district six weeks to plan. Governor Larry Hogan and state Superintendent Dr Karen Salmon have not provided a recent update on their plans has start as the start of the school is approaching Baltimore County public schools proposing three plans for starting classes in the fall. Maryland public schools Most published their recovery plans by August 14th. The first day of school in the county, September 8th. Prince George's County will announce they're reopening plans at noon today. Charles County students will not return early on in August. The school board voted last night and agreed to start the school year with virtual learning August
"larry hogan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Governor Larry Hogan, releasing a book later this month about national politics and his experiences governor. The Republican has not ruled out a run for his party's 2024 presidential nomination. He says he'll be hosting a number of virtual events with some prominent Republicans later this month hearings in a jury trial to determine criminal sanity for a man who pled guilty to killing five people. At the Capital Gazette newspaper postponed because of the pandemic. The hearings have been moved to August. The Baltimore Ravens in sports The Baltimore Ravens say fewer than 14,000 seats Would be filled if fans are allowed to attend games this season due to safety protocols and social distancing measures brought about by the pandemic. MNT bank stadiums, regular capacity is just over 71,000. 91 degrees. It's three or four on Michael. Phillip l E. 6 80 Wcbm News, Sean Hannity here. So is there a law somewhere that says that you need to see your retirement account? Go up and up enough only to see them go down and down again. I suppose the markets go way down right when you are ready to retire or worse. They go down after you've already retired. Like what happened back in 2008. What happens then? You need to go backto work. How would you like a retirement plan that goes up when the market goes up and gives you The most of the market gains with absolutely none of the losses. You heard me, right? You can get the most of the market gains without any of the losses. Okay? That sounds pretty good. Right? Maybe this is the guy for you. He's my friend, Rod Borowy. Rod's been helping middle class Americans like you for 40 years. Now you could meet with Rod and his team decide for yourself. And either Annapolis or Towson has called for 10 to 66 11 20. That's for 10 to 66 11 20 on the Web. About safe retirement solutions dot com telling your friend Sean Hannity says Hi Thiss wcbm Traffic check is sponsored by express pros dot com for dealing with some crash.
"larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Pandemic governor Larry Hogan reportedly set to announce details about loosening more restrictions in Maryland later today but some hardest hit counties such as Montgomery and prince George's will likely keep restrictions in place for now when will DC and stay at home orders and re open mayor Mariel Bowser says not yet we certainly are going to be talking about all aspects of our re opening on this week and we are all looking for how we can get lonely turn on our economies while containing the virus and being able to isolate any new cases of the virus as we re open your browser telling WTOP she believes a peak in cases this skews me still expected later this month with a peak in hospitalizations to follow shortly Canada may soon administered questionnaires use contact tracing absent conduct temperature and medical history checks on people entering through its borders crossings with the United States four workers have died in just ten days on cruise ships with crews that are still stranded at sea because of coronavirus a woman who jumped overboard and a man who apparently died by suicide are among four crew killed by non corona virus causes on cruise ships with workers stranded on board two months ago all cruises were subjected to no sail orders as the outbreak was exploding worldwide and while passengers disembarked crew who remained on board has been in limbo the Coast Guard says there are more than one hundred cruise ships in and around U. S. waters with seventy two thousand crew members on board a group of about fourteen began a hunger strike on a royal Caribbean cruise ship anchored in Miami Matt.
"larry hogan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Employee concealing their identity for fear of retribution tells US plant managers were asked why fewer employees were showing up adding the virus was rarely mentioned. If at all people started being carried out of there and so we were always asking our supervisors. Basically what is going on here? This notice for a five hundred dollar attendance bonus enticed employees to keep the union representing workers says one month of requests for P. P. Were BASICALLY IGNORED EMPLOYEES? Tell US workers were given hairnets to use his face masks a Hannett come on people that have some bullshit. Workers were given handouts to wear face masks Henna. Khan stop the virus. I don't even think hands can stop. Hey I'm eating school lunch and you don't. It's really sad that these workers are being forced to keep the food chain going but nobody's being forced to protect them while they do it. They need equipment to keep safe while doing their jobs. And if you eat meat you especially should want these workers to be treated rights because without them. The only way you're getting bacon is if you fight the pig yourself. We'll know how that's going to end so troubles. Meat processing plants is one problem but there's also another problem that's messing up the food supply chain right now and that's distribution because with everyone locked down and eating at home. The food that used to go to restaurants schools has now no it ago before the pandemic by one estimate twenty four million cases of food delivered every day to restaurants schools and large venues in bulk and to repackage it for sale and grocery stores takes time and money with restaurants closed demand for butter and cheese has dropped significantly performers who can no longer get their products to restaurants and other customers are discarding millions.
"larry hogan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"The thunderbirds flyover was done as a tribute to frontline workers fighting corona virus in the city. Seven blue angels jets eight. Thunderbirds plan started their trip over the city at around noon. This event turned out to be a magnet for crowds at a time when we are telling people not together in groups. Oh what have you done? What have we done to celebrate the work? We've done fighting corona virus. We'll wind up together and under all the way we've done. I didn't go rhino virus. You don't want I blame the military for this one. What did they expect people to do? If you do. Cool Shit outside. People are going to come outside because they want to see what's happening. What's your next bright idea? the military going to hire channing tatum to walk around in a Speedo. Just wanted to tell everyone to stay inside. No no no. Where are you coming to look? There's nothing to see here. Nothing sexy at all. Please stay away. It's just me magic bag. I mean the miniature was basically doing doughnuts in the sky. Of course New Yorkers are going to go outside and see it. That's impossible to resist. If cool shit is happening in the sky. You WanNa see it. The same way the military got Saddam Hussein. Oh Wow is that the helicopter. I want to see open the bunk open. The bunker knows all right. That's it for the right of Sunshine. Let's catch up on today's headlines. I up yesterday. The United States hit a grim milestone in the fight against corona virus when it surpassed one million confirmed cases and more than fifty eight thousand deaths. Which is now more than the total number of Americans who died in Vietnam and these numbers are a long way from late February. Like you remember. When trump said America's coronas cases would go down from fifteen to zero in a couple of days in fact trump was asked yesterday how he squeezed that comment with our country. Alexy and this is what he said. Back late. February predicted that the number of cases would go down to zero. How did we get from your prediction of zero to one million? Well it will go down to zero ultimately you have to understand when it comes to cases. We do much more testing than anybody else. We're going to show more cases because we're doing much much more testing double anybody else and it will be at the appropriate time. It will be down to zero like we said you see. This is what happens when you elect a real estate developer as a president timelines are always going to be. Bs You stood. My bathroom would be done in a month. Yeah February and twenty twenty four is a month and I don't know why you complaining. You still got the kitchen sink. That's like a bathroom but with dishes. Oh and by the way by the way what did trump mean when he said corona cases will go down to zero at the appropriate time? How is now not appropriate time? But what does that mean? Trump makes it sound like he's holding out for the right moment to stop krona virus. Not yet not yet in other news. Even after the corona viruses over its secondary effects could stretch far out into the future because you see health. Experts are now warning that because parents aren't able to go to the doctor. Many children are now falling behind in their vaccinations and this is for things like measles and whooping cough and you know whooping cough is one of those diseases. That sounds more fun than it is. What doctor says I have a month to live? And this is such a shitty thing to realize because of corona virus we could get measles and whooping cough basically corona viruses that one friend who distracts the bouncer? So that the rest of its boys can sneak into the club and if these other diseases come back that means two of the most vulnerable populations will be the elderly and children which would be terrible. Because then we'd have to quarantine them together and then we'd have all these five year olds coming out of lockdown with stories about World War Two and quasi racist opinions about Italians. I heard that they eat passed out because of and finally the Academy Awards has announced that for this year. Only because of the corona virus movies will not have to be shown in theaters in order to be eligible to win an Oscar. They still have to be white though. Because I mean come on. This is corona not the end of the world also the academy is going to update the Oscar statue itself to better reflect this past year. And you know if you ask me. The academy had no choice but to do this. I mean corona has shut everything down like there's no movies coming out so if they didn't include streaming then which movie gets an Oscar nomination once just like sonic the hedgehog movie would win everything by default and the best supporting actor goes to the Golden Rings from Sonic? Actually you know Boston's should do instead of like doing like a whole award ceremony for movies that nobody really watched one of they. Just make an Oscar for the greatest movies of all time. Think about think about it. You just take every movie that's been made and we do it as like a mega tournament. The all-star Oscars best movie of the Ninety s best movie of the two thousands greatest actor of all time. Because then it'll be tough out watching that Oscars all my favorite movies. You go to compare them who wins the father or clean runnings. That's tough and personally. I'm super excited for this news. Because for decades winning an Oscar has been too hard. You need a giant crew. You need a massive marketing budget. You Convince Meryl Streep to be in your movie but now anyone anyone can make an Oscar winning movie which is exactly what does he lighted. Daily show presents stream. I'm an I'm an bake sourdot journey to reach it. Adapt Oven the challenges she overcame. You'll never make a good sour dough your failure just like your mother in a world falling apart. I can't wait a week for in car now. This summer to see the movie critics say is legally allowed to win an Oscar the rise..
"larry hogan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Here's the every day before we turn to the serious stories? We like to look at the stories that put the US in corona virus in our ongoing segments ray of sunshine thanks to this pandemic government officials are highly strung. They have to keep people indoors. They have to keep hospitals running and they have to take all their bribes over which is really tough because you have to rights in the memo. What the money is full well this? Weekend Kentucky. The governor was busy trying to stop unemployment scams and in the process. He made an unlikely discovery. Unfortunately is a little bit of time in case because a couple of bad apples can make This challenge that much more difficult. For instance we had somebody apply for unemployment for two Boxer Court here in Kentucky and that person probably thought they were being funny. I didn't know And it's my fault That we have a Kentucky in who goes by Maliki whose name is to puncture. Yeah that was that this is a tough one really because I think about on the one hand on the one hand. The governor should know that it's possible for two people to have the same name but on the other hand. If the person you share a name with is to occur at least throw in a middle initial so that people don't get confused. I mean why do you think Michael B Jordan has the be it so that no one has ever disappointed to see him? Oh It's you gotta assume that if your name is to puncture Kerr this probably happens to you every single day of your life you know putting your order in at starbucks ordering food delivery and good luck calling nine one one. Hello nine hundred one. Please help me. I've just been shot. Okay so we're sending someone immediately. What's your name to pucks your cur. Very Funny Sir. I'll put an AP on the notorious. B I g moving on after all the corona virus shutdowns have ended. What's the first thing you plan to do? You can go to a concert. Reunite with your friends voice your well when the lockdown ended in New Zealand. The first thing many people did was hit up. Mac Donald's yeah one. Mcdonald's opened around the country. This week people lined up at five. Am and the lines. Were so long that they stretched all the way down the street and I just love how corona virus has made people reassess their priorities goal. Those juice cleanses and healthy life crept out the window. People are like Gimme a big Mac and some cocaine. I'm living my life. Although I'm willing to bet that some people were just driving up for the social interaction and their thanks. Dan Won anything. I just wanted to talk to another human being. This is really nice speedy. Come on also moving along a whack two conversations at once. This is a dream. Come true now here. In America the lockdowns have not ended in many places so many people have got to find new ways to keep themselves entertained in quarantine and because the met gala was supposed to take place next Monday. Fashioned fans have started recreating famous outfits from the event at home. Yeah One person made the address out of newspaper. Another person decided to go with Chandelier. Katy Perry and you know. What's cool is that? This is a challenge that anyone can participate in because if you put any household object on your head. The chances are someone ward at some point to the met gala. So yeah this year. That's what people are doing. Because of Corona virus people are wearing met gonNA outfits at home as opposed to what I did last year where we'll home outfits to the met gala as see what you say about Internet and it hurts my feelings in some more good news. The world was not destroyed today. Yes an asteroid as wide as twenty city blocks Zun Pas Planet Earth this morning and scientists say it could have even come close up but luckily it respects social distancing. Thank God that the asteroid missed us because the world ending during quarantine would have really sucked the most boring way for us to go out. You can cross anything off your bucket list when you're stuck at home. I'm finally going to mix orange juice. Milk and lastly while an asteroid was whizzing pasta earth. Blue Angels and the thunderbirds paid a special visit to New York. Even if you didn't see it you may have heard the rumble of the flyover. Yesterday from the Blue Angels and.
"larry hogan" Discussed on WTOP
"Larry Hogan is holding a news briefing right now where he's unveiled his long promised roadmap to recovery for Maryland it's based in part on White House guidelines that were issued last week Hogan said Maryland is not yet ready to lift stay at home restrictions but it's dramatically increasing covert nineteen testing which means they expect more cases to be reported in the meantime the governor says the state will closely follow the rate of hospitalizations and the number of patients being admitted to intensive care units now to Virginia the may fifth elections have been pushed back two weeks to may nineteenth governor Ralph Northam made the announcement during his briefing this afternoon the elections include more than two hundred public offices across the Commonwealth and president trump signed to the almost half a trillion dollar bill that aids employers and hospitals under stress from the corona virus pandemic three twenty one as many hospitals struggle to provide coronavirus care they are being warned about another potential threat homeland security put out a bulletin that overwhelmed hospitals could become targets for terrorists or extremists the statement says possible attackers might try exploiting the bad situation even with violence and they add terrorists could also put pressure on vulnerable individuals to commit acts against the health care community meantime an Israeli owned company is being accused of using malicious spyware to attack mobile phones in the US and there appears to be some evidence behind that accusation Facebook which owns whatsapp presented what it believes is evidence in court proving that NSO an Israeli based company used servers in the US to hack whats app and allow with Pegasus software to attack more than a thousand users the significance of these attacks is that the iPhone to more than fourteen hundred people were infected with spyware that took control of their phones without them even lifting a finger to accept the call or click on an infected link and SO we previously denied its product which is used by numerous foreign governments to spy around the world was being used in the U. S. JJ green WTOP news three twenty three apple is out with a new iPhone is it worth it there are less expensive android phones on the market but if you really want an iPhone the apple iPhone S. E. it's a very good bargain at three hundred ninety nine dollars it has the basic technology of the much more expensive iPhone eleven in a smaller package it doesn't have all of the features of the iPhone eleven but it does have the same process there and of course the same iOS operating system that CBS news technology consultant Larry maggot when you're in Baltimore look up the for too long there will be a camera equipped planes up there surveilling the city twenty four seven the new police pilot program was just okayed by a federal judge who ruled against a challenge from area activists and a think tank the groups believe that kind of surveillance violates first and Fourth Amendment rights the pilot program will use three planes and last for six months police hope they'll help solve a number of crimes including murders coming up next in money news the Dow is nicely higher today money news coming up in just a minute I'm Jeff label it's three twenty four hi I'm single phone a new look comes on these are strange times for all of us the question we all faces.
"larry hogan" Discussed on The View
"Welcome back. We are here with a governor. Larry Hogan Sunny Governor we've seen protests popping up all around the country and the president. Some say has been inciting those protests. Tweeting things like states should be liberated from stay at home orders. I saw over the weekend that there was also a protests in Annapolis Maryland. Maryland's capital governor. Inslee warned that trump's language is fomenting domestic rebellion and could in fact lead to violence. Do you agree with with Governor Inslee? Well I missed the Small protests that they had here in an apple on Saturday because I was at. Bwi Airport Welcoming the plane had to five hundred thousand corona virus test kits The flew in from Korea. That's going to save thousands of people in our state but it wasn't a very large protests. But I think it's unhelpful. I mean it doesn't make any sense mixed messaging. We're getting out of the president for example in our state and I think in most of the states where he was encouraging protests. We don't have fourteen days of downward numbers which is what the President's plan that came out on Thursday night called for the president's plan says that no state should consider reopening until you have fourteen days of our numbers that made sense On on Friday he encouraged people to go out and protest and liberate those very same states so he basically was encouraging people to violate his own federal policy So I don't think it was helpful I you know. I understand people's frustrations I understand. People want to get out of the house. They want to get back to work. I understand that they're hurting That part I get I'm frustrated You know I. I feel like protesting myself. Frankly but I you know I think To to encourage people to go against your own policy and to Just go out and And I don't think it's helpful to the discussion governor Hogan. This is Megan so clearly. Many people in this country are in a lot of pain right now. Twenty two million Americans have already filed for unemployment benefits as we just said your estate saw protests this weekend although I guess in your state. Demonstrators did stay in their cars and maintain social distance for the most part. I have been empathetic towards these protesters. I think people are panicking. Because they're looking down the barrel of the inability to pay their mortgage to feed their families to send their kids to college and so forth What message do you have for people like me? Who are empathizing with these Americans. Were I empathize with them? Too as I just said I mean It's totally understandable. There's a lot of economic pain out there and It's there's the twin problems that are happening at the same time we've got the this terrible worldwide pandemic that as the president said yesterday without action president said we would have had two million deaths He just said that yesterday and yet The actions that we were required to take the president told us that take that the governors have had to take Has has caused the all the businesses to shutdown caused people to social distance and that's caused some economic pain and people are suffering out there. But there's been plenty of action at the state level and at the federal level to try to help those folks to get some checks out to the people that are suffering to to support for the small businesses. We've taken tremendous action here in the state The federal government has is great to see bipartisan support in Congress but Democrats and Republicans coming together to support these plans along with the administration. So we're GONNA everybody's going to try to get our economy back on track. But I understand and empathize. I feel really badly for the people that are out. There suffering also feel terrible about the people who lost their lives and all those people that are sick and so we're trying to fix both problems at the same time and we really just need all of the folks at the Federal State and local level working together. A supporting Our our healthcare workers and our doctors trying to save people and also supporting those folks that are out there suffering trying to get our economy back on track. We gotTa do both things at the same time. Yes Sir yes. Are we doing with those people but health comes first? The ramifications of this virus could go well into the fall. They're telling us. What are you going to do to ensure that everyone in your state can vote safely and securely come November? Are you in favour of absentee ballots or mail-in ballots in our state are our primary was supposed to be in April and one of the first early actions I took. I think I've signed thirty seven executive order since I declared a state of emergency on the very first day that we had cases We took some aggressive actions but we one of the things we did was. We postpone our April primary until June and We're we're pushing for mail in ballots. So we haven't really made We've asked our State Board of elections to study. What happens in the November election? We still have some time to take a look at that but Here for the primary in Maryland. We did Push for and support. mail-in ballots. Which I think is going to be a great test to see how that how that functions and see how it works right so governor I have a really dopey question to ask you about a local out Maryland. Police Department recently posted a PSA on facebook that went viral. They wrote. Please remember to put pants on before. Leaving the house to check your mailbox now. I know they weren't talking about me but do you know who they were talking about. 'cause seriously this is your final warning you know any any ideas of look this you know. Apparently there somebody in this small town who keeps going to check his mail without any pants on This is not part of any executive orders on our part. I'm hoping he was wearing a mask. At the time on the other hand I think is probably GONNA help with social distancing because people are going to stay six feet apart away from him so he should probably put his pants on but at least he's not getting people crowded around a month. Probably that's probably being saved and he's not catching the corona virus Is wonderful it's fabulous. That was perfect governor. Thank you so much and thank you for everything you're doing for your state We'll be right back. Thank you all very much for having me. Thank you..
"larry hogan" Discussed on The View
"So the House and Senate are reportedly about to reach an agreement on a small business stimulus package but last night you know who's campaign. Launched attack ad blaming the one person in particular for holding things up. Take a quarter of a trillion dollars in forty eight hours as I don't think so. They objected and I congratulate the Senate Democrats bigger blow. What are you gonNA share with us from Your Home Chocolate Candy? This program is about stopping job. Losses today hurt people people in our family look for some other flavors but is survivable so I wanNA point out that the ice cream. She's talking about actually comes from a small business. I know that because I send this ice cream out to people and she is one of the people that is fighting to make sure that small businesses are able to get the testing. They need and the stuff that they need so joy you kind of feel like she's bins scapegoated here of course but I love that you just said that. That's a small business. That's perfect you know. The Democrats are in fact fighting for more funding for hospitals as well as relief for small businesses for minorities and veterans. Okay that's what the Democrats are fighting for. So this is just another distraction okay. It doesn't look good. Maybe I mean she's got an expensive refrigerator. Let's go to trump tower and see what kind of refrigerated he has you know but but yesterday trump. I don't know if you saw this yesterday. He's bragging about how much people love him in the middle of death and dying. This narcissist is talking about how beloved? Here's you know so when it comes to optics Nancy's got nothing on on Donald. And May I just a little piece of advice to Nancy and all these Democrats? Don't go on comedy shows traps there traps. They get you to say things. They're being funny. Leave it to the professionals and don't go on comedy shows come on our show. Well no do do go on. You have every right to say. What's in your refrigerated? The man asked you and there's nothing wrong with that just because other people are going to turn it around and try to make you look bad. Doesn't doesn't doesn't stop the fact that you can't stop living has more. You're working with morons but Megan. You tweeted last night that this was a savage blow. Yea about this ad was shot and I think that it's not the ice cream that's in her fridge. It's the fact that she's standing behind. A giant refrigerators. Multiple ones that cost. Twenty four thousand dollars each and look. You're right joy. Politicians are wealthy trump as wealthy. But I think in this specific moment optics are narratives and I don't make the rules of politics is just how it works and when it looks like an what she's saying in the video and I also agree with joy that if I were advising any politician at this point I would also say tread very carefully with a comedy show. This is not the time or the moment to be doing something like this. I also agree. It's just there are too many minefields that you can step into in a situation like this. And this is an effective attack at and she's talking about the quarter of a trillion dollars that she is holding up for small businesses. Now again I understand. Democrats and Republicans are going to view this from different lenses but seeing a twenty thousand dollar frigerator and joking about holding up money for small businesses at the same time. They're showing videos of people saying that they're starving and join pictures of their fridges. Which are empty. It is very effective. And I tr- trust me when I say this very well in the middle of the country and at the same time you have. Afc last night tweeting. And then deleting a tweet where she's talking about how she loves to see declining oil prices because again people are not buying gas because they're not going to work because they're out of work and we can't work right now and there's a bunch of people know Oil Industry that are now going to be jobless and she's making jokes about it right now and she's a very smart woman has an economics degree from Boston College. She understands if oil prices are lower. It is not going to make the American public more inclined to support the Green. New Deal is going to make people want to buy cheaper oil prices so. I don't really understand what this narrative is. Democrats needs to be very very careful and I said this yesterday on how they are treating and talking about people who are jobless and unemployed and going hungry in this country right now and you have the two arguably most famous democratic women in the country I think botching a major major conversation right now Sunday you think the Democrats are holding out should be holding out a because of the way. The stimulus funds have been mismanaged. Well certainly I think that the stimulus funds have been mismanaged. I don't think anyone should be holding out. I think everyone should get to work and make sure that these small businesses have the money that they need but back to the James Corden interview. That was like a week ago with Nancy. Pelosi I mean you know that's just manufactured. I think Fox News outrage and Republican outrage you know. They're talking about but her freezer but her freezer. I'm really worried about the bodies that I saw being put into freezers in New York. That's what I'm worried about. I'm really worried about the fact that there are. There's no testing being done that. The fact that the the vice president is saying that we are testing one hundred and fifty thousand people a day that that's enough well. That's not enough because it would take six years to test everyone. So that's really what I'm worried about blaming. Some democratic message for trump's incompetence and for trump's negligence in managing this crisis is absolutely ludicrous. This is not a democratic problem. This is not a Republican problem. This is the corona virus and this is about the trump administration's failure to address it properly failure to address it properly to over forty thousand lost American lives. Let's not miss the point people. But I think you know you enjoy just said Fox manufactured outrage but I'm not someone who is susceptible to fear mongering at all and I used to work at Fox News. I think the idea that I'm like fearmongering in this way. I'm not I think the optics were bad. I think it is an attack ad that was fed to the trump administration. And they're going to use it. This isn't manufactured outrage too scared and worried about the body bags and refrigerators in New York City. Of course I am by place I lived for the past. God Seventeen Iraq but I think that we also have it. Yes Yeah I was trying to let you finish because we're trying to go but got time all right. We'll be right back. Why is Maryland Governor? Larry Hogan warning that this is the worst possible time to lift his dates. Corona virus restrictions. He's live on the view next. Welcome back now. Many on both sides of the aisle have been praising our next guest for his leadership as chair of the National Governor's association except for you know who who attacked him at yesterday's press conference. Please welcome Republican governor of Maryland. Larry Hogan who joins US live from Maryland statehouse? Welcome governor glad to see so. Let's get right to thank you. You're welcome you said it's absolutely false. That states have the testing capacity. They need to reopen safely. But you know who doesn't seem to agree? Here's what he had to say about about you yesterday. Hundreds and hundreds of labs are ready willing and able and some of the governors like As an example the governor from Maryland didn't really understand the list. He didn't understand too much about what was going on so now. I think you'll be able to do that. It's pretty simple governor Maryland cold Mike Pence because if we all look if you different versions and that's Maryland right there so could've saved a lot of money but that's okay no. I don't think he needed to go to South Korea. They needed to get a little knowledge. Would have been helpful. So we'll get to the deal that you may were South Korea in a minute but have you respond to you know Hussein. You didn't know what you would you. Were doing when there. Were all these testing labs that were right there for you to to pick from well. It's interesting We had a great call yesterday with the vice president and with the president's own Koran Corona Virus Task Force where I thank the vice-president and many members of the team for some of the progress that they had made over the past couple of weeks. And I'm chairing. The National Governor's Association. And then they went over to discuss some of the labs that are in each of the states. They provided us with a list of labs. We were very familiar with all of the labs in our state already but the list they provided us was federal apps which I pointed out and which we hadn't had any access to But our discussion really was about tests. It wasn't about lab so the president seemed to be a little confused yesterday in his press conference. I have no idea what set him off but we had some tremendous success getting tests on our own which is exactly what the president had asked. All the governor's to do he said we needed to be leading and we needed to be stepping up. And the governor's needed to go get their own testing. That's what we've done and we had a very productive call with his entire team yesterday after afternoon which I leading. On behalf of the governor's the president was not on that call and I was somewhat taken aback by his Is Sort of Biting attacks on me yesterday. I have no idea what that was about governor. Just yesterday you announced that you negotiated with South Korean labs to secure five hundred thousand more tests for your state. The deal took weeks even your wife. Yumi who is from Who was born in South Korea? And who's just extremely impressive. I want to say I love the work that she does with the human trafficking and domestic violence. She was. She's she's phenomenal. She was involved in getting those tests. How difficult was it to get these tests and y again? Would you have to go to those lengths if the President says you already had the testing capacity in your own backyard? Well again the number one problem in America from the beginning of this crisis has been the lack of available testing. And that's been a problem. Every single governor in the country has had that Republicans and Democrats and The the the smokescreen yesterday was about labs that has nothing to do with test kits but the test kits that nobody had enough of President told us to go out and get on our own. Governors have been fighting to get those from every domestic Company in America from the Federal Government and from Sources around the globe We were very successful It took a lot of work over a twenty two days straight Day and night effort with my wife was very involved in helping us but we worked Got The assistance of of President Moon in South Korea. The South Korean government couple of great south Iran companies and we. We negotiated a terrific deal to bring in a half a million tests..
"larry hogan" Discussed on The View
"He's not the man with the plan to get corona virus tests. Boris stayed to didn't understand too much about what was going on. It's pretty simple here. Come hot topics with WHOPPI joy behar sunny and Megan McCain. Now let's get started. Hey welcome to the view this one in good morning so Georgia South Carolina and Tennessee are starting to reopen non essential businesses and a lot of local Georgia. Officials were caught off guard. So how governor? Brian Kemp's narrative keeps changing his amazing member three weeks ago. He said well I'll show you. This is what he said three weeks ago. Intel and people from directed from the CDC for weeks. Now that if you start feeling bad stay home Those individuals could have been infected people before they ever felt bad well. We didn't know that until the last twenty four hours today. We announced plans to incrementally in safely reopen sectors of our economy. We have an instance where a community starts becoming a hot spot. Then you know I will fake take further action the right now. I feel like we're in a good spot to move for. Well that's all well and good. But how are you going to guarantee that the things you've reopened are safe for people to go into? Everybody wants small business to reopen. But how are you going to guarantee that the businesses that you're reopening are going to be fine and my crazy megan do? Am I making sense? No you're making total sense This is tough catch. Twenty two I think for all governors Some of the things that concern me about this opening as he. He said that they're going to implore social distancing. I don't know how you can have social distancing when you're getting a massage and that's one of the businesses. That's being allowed to reopen or getting your haircut. I do understand. The fifty percent of the cases are in New York City so there is an argument to be made that mass transit people living in obviously much closer quarters much more confined spaces the disease spreads more rapidly things that we do know about this diseases that it's three times more contagious than the flu. So that makes it even worse but we have new research coming out of California. That does that they believe it. Almost five percent of the population has had it and Ben Ace to matic and look. I don't I I have said before over and over again. I said it yesterday. A mixed on this. I understand that we need to open up the economy. I don't believe that we can keep the economy closed for five years. Which is how long it could possibly take for us to get a vaccine. But that being said this doesn't seem like a slow roll open to me. This seems like just open the doors and leading a bunch of businesses that. I don't believe need to be open right now. I think I would be more comfortable if it was just a few businesses at a time because unfortunately right now George I really is the Canary in the coalmine. We are GonNa wait and see if this turns into a hot spot in the next few weeks and think if you're Georgia and that probably creates a lot of anxiety and joy. Do you think this is going to be a comfortable situation for states? That surround Georgia. Are you comfortable with folks coming from there to here if they're not practicing the way that we are here? No I'm not comfortable at all with that. I think that this guy camp is really either. I don't know what is is. He's stupid or is he. Just following trump blindly hoping that have that he'll get re-elected I mean. He said that he learned that you can get the virus from a symptomatic person just two days ago. Okay how dumb is he? F- Ouchi has been saying this since February. He needs to stop watching fake news on Fox and the other Guy Disentis in Florida. Just say another brain. Trust is opening the beaches while trying to figure out how to put on a mask. I mean these are not like you know Mensa members running these states by the way Georgia reported nine hundred new cases in twenty four hours. Okay so if you enjoy Jer please do not come to New York. Thank you Georgia. You could have had Stacey Abrams. I'm not nitpicking. I'm just saying so sunny. We're talking about tax. I'm just saying they're talking about Tattoo. Parlors and gyms reopening. I mean does a gym right now. Need to be reopening in the midst of a pandemic where stuff's happening. I mean or should all of this. If we're trying to reopen stuff shouldn't they be included in the stimulus bill? Wouldn't that be more helpful? What well that's the thing you know. I take this Georgia reopening really personally. Because as you all know my family's from Georgia my father's family's from Georgia and they are scared. And they are nervous because they have been staying at home and following the stay at home order especially those that are in Atlanta. But I don't understand how a tattoo parlor is an essential business at this point Do you need to get a tattoo during a pandemic and you know bottom line is Georgia? Reopening is almost this high stakes public health. Bit Right. He's he's he's betting the economy versus American lives. And it's a conversation that we've had a longtime ago a for a long time and if you think about about Georgia in particular you know Georgia has not had a sustained downward trend over the last two weeks. His joy mentioned actually. The trend is upward. And so my question is what is going to happen when people do go back to work in Georgia or when people do go to a massage parlor or get a tattoo and they are infected. Are Those employers now liable? And Will they get sued? Are they now going out of business? These small businesses should just included in the stimulus. Bill the stimulus bill did not cover small businesses in the way that it should have. You've got the shake shack. Having to give back ten million dollars. Why would shake shack at ten million dollars and you have other small businesses not getting the money this again is just the incompetence of the trump administration? Just not doing it correctly. Steve Mnuchin twelve hundred dollars is enough for him. An American family to live on for for ten weeks. This is the trump administration's problem. Let me point something out. You know you think about that. Think about all of the Niger. Folks lived in two houses who may not be getting anything at all. They're just now getting tested. I mean this is crazy about to happen but Georgia you could have Stacey Abrams. We'll be right back. The view from home is looking a little different these days.
"larry hogan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Larry Hogan is a Republican he says and he's also frustrated he says he understands their right to protest Sox's Richard St house speaker Nancy Pelosi says we're all impatient but she believes the restrictions are in place for good reason shelter in place and I do think that it's unfortunate but you know people will do what they do the speaker in an interview on fox news Sunday that airs later on the fox news channel some optimism from the speaker when it comes to the paycheck protection program in a letter to colleagues Pelosi says bipartisan negotiators are close to a deal the three hundred fifty billion dollar fund designed to help small business ran dry last week the Republicans wanted I think the Democrats probably due to but they also one of the things that are unacceptable president trump at yesterday's White House coronavirus task force meeting Democrats have been pushing for more money for hospitals and municipalities heartbreak in southeast Texas where a police officer has been shot and killed and two others were wounded authorities say the officers were ambushed yesterday while responding to a domestic dispute at an apartment complex in San Marcos south of Austin the suspect was armed with a rifle also died after apparently turning the weapon on himself America is listening to fox news from the W. O. A. I. traffic center good morning you still have this closer due to an accident on I. ten both eastbound and westbound out there okay expect construction closing the right lane on sixteen oh four east bound Athlone co wrote and more construction closing the left lane on loop for ten southbound on highway one fifty one I'm Christine Ross news radio twelve hundred W. away hi thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know good my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem okay my kids to go to college that is.
"larry hogan" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Larry Hogan announcing it more emergency orders from Maryland as the state has its first case of a child testing positive for corona virus governor Larry Hogan's as a five year old girl tested positive for the corona virus in that state as the confirmed cases topped one hundred he's also putting limitations on B. W. Y. Marshall airport the Maryland department of transportation will now restrict access the B. W. I. terminal two ticketed passengers only and bashed airport employees only Hogan also had a message for people who continue to gather in large crowds if you are engaged in this type of activity you are in violation of state law and you were in danger the endangering the lives of your fellow Marylanders he's also postponed the state's April twenty eighth primary to June second Tonya Jack powers fox news salon has announced its first two deaths from the virus another professional sports player has tested positive Austin Celtic star Marcus smart the ladies to come for this testing positive for the corona virus okay fine in a sentence okay stressing those practicing social distancing really you know keep yourself away from the large I'm just really watching this as two members of the Los Angeles Lakers have also tested positive for the corona virus their identities unknown at this time covert nineteen also affecting three members of the Philadelphia seventy Sixers organization as well as one person from the Denver Nuggets it's on specified what their capacities are for their teams man about town fox news house of Monaco says its head of state prince Albert the second has tested positive for corona virus in a statement the palace said his health is not worrying Albers being treated by doctors from the princess grace hospital is is Albert is continuing to work in his home office in the palace and content constant contact with members of his government I'm Lisa this era and this is fox news use.
"larry hogan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Maryland governor Larry Hogan sat down this morning for an interview with politico and was asked what he thought of the impeachment trial of president trump the moderate Republican essentially put a pox on the house for not following the process to call witnesses and on the Senate for not allowing witnesses to be called either well I don't think Congress did their job but the American people will and I act I have more faith in the American people make that decision in November and that's what they're gonna get to do Hogan will appear with the president tonight at a dinner for the national governors association which Hogan leads also new this hour in around the county police have released the name of the alleged gunman who shot two police officers early yesterday as they tried to bring him in for questioning in relation to a murder in Glen Burnie on Wednesday twenty two year old Joseph Willis of Pasadena is charged with first degree murder and attempted first degree murder police will release more information at a news conference this afternoon a red flag loaded authorize local law enforcement to confiscate weapons from those deemed to be dangerous to themselves and others it's close to passage in Virginia but some of those charged with enforcing the law don't want it including Loudon county sheriff Mike Chapman well we always try to do is de escalate situations or when you go in and you start demanding people turn over the firearms is only going to escalate situation and and I think that that adds another danger Chapman tells W. I. males Larry o'connor that law enforcement already has protective orders and other tools in place to keep potential attackers away from potential victims a swath of swastika graffiti another incident that prompted Montgomery County schools to address hate and bias discrimination in any form will not be tolerated Montgomery County schools deputy superintendent Monique that make night sad a new initiative project interrupt will include training students and staff to identify and respond to hate and bias incidents students at silver creek middle school already took action after swastikas were drawn in their school last year they work with the leaders at silver creek middle school to say you know Hey this is what we need in this is what we need from the adults and this is how we think this would be an approach that would be meaningful to our student body had Curtis on WMAL and WMAL dot com you'll be seeing a lot of Mike Bloomberg and its surrogates in the coming days in Virginia political analyst Dr Steven Farnsworth what happened in Virginia seems to matter a lot more than what happened in Michigan in terms of the attention that reporters of give the state and so if we can do well in Virginia Bloomberg can count on a on a lot of media coverage of that fact at this hour the Dow is down two hundred ten points the nasdaq off sixty one up next traffic and weather if.
"larry hogan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"We of this congress, and this administration will be remembered in spite of ourselves, no, personal insignificance note, personal significance are insignificance can spare one or another of us the fiery trial through which we pass will light us down in honor or dishonor to the latest generation one hundred twelve years later, a member of Abraham Lincoln's party realized that the time. Head come when he could not escape history. He was Larry HOGAN, congressman Larry HOGAN, Republican congressman was a member of the House Judiciary committee who was considering articles of impeachment against Republican president Richard Nixon congressman HOGAN was the only Republican on the committee who voted in favor of all three articles of impeachment. Most of the Republicans on the committee voted against all of the articles of impeachment. When Larry HOGAN announced how he was going to vote. It was one of the most dramatic moments that the country witnessed in the Nixon impeachment hearings. Larry HOGAN began by quoting ABRAHAM LINCOLN saying we cannot escape history. And then he said this. Today. We're again faced with the national trial. The American people or trouble than divide it again. And my colleagues on this committee know, full well that we cannot escape history. The decision. We must jointly make itself be tested and tried by our fellow citizens and by history itself history itself. That's what was at stake for Republican Larry HOGAN in his votes in favor of the impeachment of a Republican president. Then as now there were seventeen Republicans on the House Judiciary committee, and once again, the House Judiciary committee cannot escape history. Larry HOGAN took fifteen minutes of the committee's time to explain his decision going through the points of evidence, and how hard it was for him to vote against a president who he enthusiastically supported in three presidential campaigns. Richard Nixon's failed nineteen sixty campaign against John F Kennedy, and then Nixon successful nineteen sixty eight campaign, and then his hugely successful nineteen seventy-two reelection campaign in which president Richard Nixon one forty nine states a Republican voting to undo that forty nine stay. Eight mandate for Richard Nixon wasn't an easy thing to do. But in his decision Larry HOGAN left a lesson for today's congressional Republicans. Now, I have to squeeze in one more commercial break here. So that I will have enough time on the other side of the break to show, you everything that I want you to hear that carbon. Larry HOGAN said to the judiciary committee on that historic day, which the members of his of both parties of the judiciary committee today should be remembering and acting on from her right back. Republican congressman Laurence j HOGAN of Maryland. The father of the current governor of Maryland, Larry HOGAN, junior was the only Republican on the House Judiciary committee to vote for all three articles of impeachment against president Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy four in the dramatic moment. When Carson HOGAN announced his vote to the committee and a national TV audience. He talked about the feelings that he had to put aside when he was considering his vote including personal affection for Richard Nixon and party loyalty. I'm a Republican. Party loyalty and personal affection precedents of the past much fall. I think before the arbiter of men's action the law itself. No, man, not even the president of the United States is above the law. It isn't easy for me to align myself against the president to whom I gave my enthusiastic support. In three presidential campaigns. On whose side, I've stood in many allegedly battle. Who's accomplishments and foreign and domestic affairs. I've consistently applauded. But it's impossible for me to condone or ignored. Long train of abuses to which he is subjected the presidency and the people of this country. The constitution and my own of office demand. I bear true, faith and allegiance to the principles of law and Justice upon which this nation was founded, and I cannot in good conscience turn away from the evidence of evil, but is to me so clear and compelling Larry HOGAN who died in the first year of the Trump presidency at age, eighty eight wasn't accomplished attorney and a former FBI agent. He was outraged at the way the president dealt with the FBI. And the FBI is conducting an investigation. So he says publicly I want to cooperate with the investigation and the prosecution, but privately all his words..
"larry hogan" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Today totally within their power but the fact that it hasn't been exercised and brett because of the fact i think that you will recognize that traditionally local power local jurisdiction has been respected because who knows better on the ground that look with jurisdiction they i get it although they got the last one pretty wrong i think what we the only ones because look a lot of jurisdictions that superintendents let me ask you this wash guess politically what is to be gained by larry hogan a tell me what politically points wise is larry hogan going to gain your other than to say you know what as the chief executive of the state right we're going to take this in another direction we no longer with our power to we no longer can trust local jurisdictions news right we're not saying we're going to say no to all right and it's not like they've said that she won't be the candidate i mean that's a big big difference here postponed today you can still hold a java interim basis until then likely will end that way so it's with everything you said is correct brett holder but having said that there was a vote in eight to four vote by the duly authorized board of education to advance this name so whatever information they had they looked at these ethics complaints that were filed with the ethics review they looked at all then there shouldn't be a state superintendent should be should be there should be if that person has no power power toge they've got the say if if the governor whomever it is whatever party governor from has no authority on any of these issues then what's the point what kind of precedent does it set though breath what kind of pre since we haven't seen it before and it's happening now what kind of precedent does it sets an interesting one but i think these are interesting times right now we did a story yesterday we've seen where the public school system in this in this state is not just the city state where it is throughout this country so maybe it's time for the chief executive a lot of these states and to take a close look at some of these decisions on on a case by case tim tuten went and got an exclusive interview yesterday with vida.
"larry hogan" Discussed on KOIL
"Say that you're disappointed as afterward you use or your concern you're worried that that many trump is veering off the reservation probably all day know disappointed unconcerned the whole thing i just think that uh you know and i agree with you i think he's screwed negotiator and people you know you don't get to be a billionaire by me and stupid they say that kind of stuff and it's just you know is just a kneejerk right automatic defence say but only under oath massive tvs are present the united states what a moron and i just hope he realizes that if they indicate paint take control of the house he's in big trouble first order of business will be to impeach him to yeah now at need any 'cause they don't i mean they don't follow the rule of law there these are these are not rule of law people there hysterical radical overly emotional political nutcases in all too many cases still a it's a party it's the party of maxine waters who is considered to be here on the news media and a hero and the democrat party and she's severely mentally disturbed and and that's a problem we've got a lot of mentally disturbed people in in washington dc serving in positions of power i saw yesterday mike that the or a couple of days ago larry hogan governor larry hogan the republican in in maryland is pushing term limits for uh the state house there that they i have the same terminals at i i hope this becomes a national trend and help taster and said because it's time we need turtles i've always been against term limits in washington but i'm form now because these people need to get out of here yeah i agree with you but mocked laughed aloud what i heard that i mean come on the state of maryland can you know what i mean term limits go talk to mike mike that run the government and see what they have to say that's that's just a laugh out to spend any money on that is just i'd like to see it uh you know noble has a better chance in hell on and saying well maybe you get a ballot initiative for or a something that'd be because i.